What shape has 6 flat rectangular faces?
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A shape with 6 rectangle faces is a rectangular prism. It issimilar to a cube, but with different values for its length, width,and height.
A rectangular can either have six rectangular faces, or four rectangular faces and two squared faces.
A cuboid (rectangular prism) is the only shape with 6 rectangularfaces (3 pairs of rectangles in fact). A cube is a special type ofcuboid where all the rectangles are squares. Both cubes and cuboidsare special types of hexahedron (polyhedrons with 6 faces). The only shape with 6 equal rectangular f…aces is the hexagonalprism. However, since it also has two hexagonal faces it istherefore an irregular octahedron rather than a hexahedron. (MORE)
\nA triangular prism.... like the Toblerone chocolate box.... a triangle at each end. Label the angles A, B and C at one end and A1, B1 and C1 at the other end. Now, there are three rectangles \n. \n- A, A1, B, B1\n. \n- A, A1, C, C1\n. \n- B, B1, C, C1
The flat surfaces of all polyhedra are called faces and arectangular prism is simply one kind of polyhedron.
A hexagon does not have faces it does't even have 1,your talking about sides and vertices. The real answer is a rectangular prism. * * * * * Or a pentagonal pyramid Or a triangular dipyramid.
rectangle * * * * * A rectangle has just one face! The 3-dimensional shape is a square prism.
2 shapes, a triangle, and a rectangle. since it is a prism, it is like a pyramid, 4 of the faces are triangles, but the base is a rectangle, hence the name rectangular prism therefore, 2 shapes
Well a rectangle is a 2-D shape so it really only has 1 face and 4 sides
It is a hexagonal pyramid.This answer is true you can look up a hexagonal pyramid * * * * * The answer is NOT true. It is a hexahedron or a triangular dipyramid.
a rectangular prism (fancy word for a looking at in in 2 dimensions instead of flat on the paper)
because If you think sides would be different because a face means a appearence side doesn't
A cylinder, a doughnut with a slice cut out by radial planes, a sphere with two slices removed (possibly in a wedge shape), a cone with its top and bottom cut off by horizontal planes, a paraboloid with top and bottom cut off by horizontal planes.
Square No, in general they are six rectangles. Only in special cases would they be squares.
It all depends. If it is 2-D, then yes. But, if it is 3-D, then no, because a sphere is round, not flat.
Imagine a house's roof -- two triangles joined by lines to their matching vertices. This gives you 6 vertices and only 5 sides.
There must be at least two rectangles (to justify the name). The remaining sides can be: 4 squares 2 squares and 2 rectangles 2 squares and 2 rhombi 2 rectangles and 2 parallelograms 4 parallelograms
a cube * * * * * A cube is only one example. Any one of the five Platonic solids - tetrahedron, cube or hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron or icosahedron - are made up from congruent plane faces.
There are any number of shapes without flat faces including: > circle > ellipse > blob
There is no such shape - unless there are other faces. If there is one rectangular face then you require at least four other faces - one on each edge of the rectangle - making a minimum of 5 faces.
Could it be a hexahedron. A cube has 6 sides and they are squares. A rectangular prism has 6 faces that are rectangles.
6 i think, prism is 3-D. A "rectangular prism" is also known as a parallelepiped, and yes, it is a three dimensional object of six faces.
There are several of these. For example, dice. See related link below for more shapes
A triangular bipryramid (two triangular pyramids stuck together on one face), a parallelepiped (like a squished cuboid), a pentagonal pyramid. A cube or rectangular prism are special cases of a parallelepiped.
A cube! * * * * * Is the exclamation mark put there to indicate a wrong answer? The correct answer is a hexagonal prism. Two hexagonal bases AND six rectangular faces.
There are a total of 6 faces on a rectangular prism. Each side is a rectangle. (Try looking up a picture, it will help you visualize it)
none unless u consider a circle has a face * * * * * In fact, any two dimensional closed figure: triangle, quadrilateral, other polygons, circle, ellipse, wriggly loop all have 1 flat face.
no idea of the name. its like, take a house and remove the cuboidal part below and u get the shape
There are many shapes that have one and only one rectangular face, but an example of one would be a rectangular pyramid.
There cannot be such a shape. It is not a cylinder because a cylinder sdoes not have a rectangular face. A rectangle must be a flat face and the only flat faces in a cylinder are the circle faces. The curved face can be "opened out" into a rectangular shape but because the face is curved it cannot b…e rectangular. (MORE)
Many solids have no rectangular faces, including such forms as the hexagonal pyramid and the regular octahedron.
They are all rectangular but there can also be 4 rectangular faces and 2 square faces. Always 6 in total.
A rectangular shape has 6 flat sides. Those sides are the top, bottom, front, back, left and right,
A rectangular prism has six faces. Four of these must berectangular: the other two may be square or rectangular.
There are many possible answers. Some of these are a cone, ellipse or sphere sliced by two planes.
The following are some examples of a shape with two flat face and one curved surface: A sphere intersected by two planes. An ellipsoid intersected by two plane faces. A paraboloid intersected by two plane faces. A cone intersected by two plane faces. A cylinder. A hyperboloid intersected by two pl…ane faces. (MORE)
no and yes they don't and they do it switches a lot. It does not because it does. think of it as a starbucks cookie if you cut it into to a rectangular prism it has 6 faces but on the other hand it does not.
There are many. All polyhedra have ONLY flat faces but many other shapes have flat faces such as a hemisphere or an octant or a cylinder.
There are infinitely many. For example, any sphere, ellipsoid, cone, toroid, cordoid etc that is intersected by one or more planes.
A hexagonal prism has 6 rectangular faces and 2 hexagonal faces. Since it has 8 faces in total, it is a type of irregular octahedron, however it is correctly classified as a prismatic uniform polyhedron to avoid ambiguity with the regular octahedron with triangular faces. The hexagonal prism forms… the basis of the hexagonal prismatic honeycomb.. (MORE)
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It's very difficult to determine an answer, since there is no such thing as a rectangular triangle.
A quarter of a circle Improved Answer:- It fits the the description of a cylinder
The shape is called sector. The formal mathematical definition of sector is the portion of a circle bounded by two radii and the included arc.
There are many plane shapes comprising 4 squares and 2 rectangles but there is no such 3-dimensional shape.
A cuboid is a 3D shape that can be a cube or a rectangle, bothhaving 2 ends, 2 sides, and a top and a bottom face.
It is a cube or a cuboid which also has 12 edges and 8 vertices
The flat surface of any three dimensional object iscalled a face; a prism is a three dimensional object. A tetrahedron has 4 faces, a cube has 6 faces, an octahedron has 8faces, etc.
A cuboid seems to fit the given description because it has 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices.
A cone. It has a circle for the base, and a curved face tapering toa point.